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The Farm Service Agency's national administrative functions are managed in Washington, D.C. Computational and statistical work is done in Kansas City. Implementation of farm policy through FSA programs is the responsibility of field offices based in states, counties and territories.

 
The organizational structure of FSA is laid out by Congress and overseen by the secretary of agriculture. The FSA administrator reports to an undersecretary of agriculture for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services (FFAS).

 

 

 
The Farm Service Agency (FSA), Office of Civil Rights (OCR), is responsible for providing overall leadership and direction in the development and implementation of civil rights policies, programs and procedures. The scope of FSA/OCR responsibilities extend to FSA Headquarters and Field Operations

 
The FSA/OCR Office is committed to providing exemplary customer service in an effort to support the vision of FSA.

 

 

 
Thank you for your interest in Farm Service Agency's Budget and Performance Management Internet site. This site contains information on strategic planning, performance accountability, and the budget process.

 

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